Pediatria. Journal named after G.N. Speransky | VOL. 101
ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЯ ЛЕГКИХ У НОВОРОЖДЕННЫХ: ТРУДНОСТИ ДИАГНОСТИКИ, ДИАГНОСТИЧЕСКИЕ КРИТЕРИИ И ПОСЛЕДСТВИЯ
Publication Date Jun 17, 2022
The article provides information on the causes of the respiratory insufficiency, diagnostic criteria for lung diseases in newborns on the basis of the authors' research and bibliographical data (pneumonia, newborn respiratory distress syndrome - NRDS, meconium aspiration syndrome, bronchopulmonary dysplasia - BPD, ventilator-associated pneumonia - VAP, acute bronchiolitis, Wilson Mikity syndrome - WMS) based on the relevant recommendations. The causes of hypodiagnostics of neonatal lung diseases alternative to congenital pneumonia are discussed as well. The ways to reduce its hyperdiagnostics are also covered. The information on causal, complicating, accidental, inappropriate and inverse BPD comorbidity is given, as well as on the effects of BPD and acute lung diseases in newborns for respiratory health.
Wilson Mikity Syndrome Ventilator-associated Pneumonia Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia Newborn Respiratory Distress Syndrome Meconium Aspiration Acute Lung Diseases Lung Diseases Relevant Recommendations Bibliographical Data Acute Bronchiolitis
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